A-H&ehnn&ri^ 0> 05/12/2009 E911 Fund Contingency Plan â¢ E9-1-1 staff has been requested by the State to review the jobâ¨descriptions and break them down to functions. This is coveredâ¨under 62A-46(C) (1). The three functions are as follows: 1. Maintenance 2. Data Base Provisioning 3. Addressing â¢ The functions will be broken out into elements and then a cost will beâ¨assigned to each of the elements under the function. First Option Â® This will be written like a contract for services, which is acceptable by the State for use of E911 funds. Â® This will hopefully cover all three of the salaries. However, the terminology of "salary" cannot be used. Â® Presently, staff believes that all salaries will be covered 100%, but it couldâ¨possibly be reduced to between 50 to 75%. Second Option Â® The second option would be to review other support/administrative staff toâ¨combine duties under other job titles or reassign Communications (non-â¨E911) support staff positions to cover shortfalls in the E911 funds. Third Option Â® The third option is to use vacant positions in the Emergency Servicesâ¨department to cover what the State will not cover if only 50 to 75% isâ¨covered. Not the best option, but with the economy such as it is, this is aâ¨possibility.
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